The guest of honour for theIBJ Awards 2013 will be France’s Minister of Transport, Frédéric Cuvillier. Transport Minister, Mr. Cuvillieris an elected read more...
Bulk cargo handling and shipping companiesworldwide have already started sending in their entries for IBJ Awards 2013. The call for entries begun on read more...
The global maritime bulkindustry gathered on 19th November for the IBJ Awards, a salute toexcellence in the maritime bulk industry, at the Grand Elysee read more...
The guest of honour for the IBJ Awards 2012 will beState Secretary Dr. Bernd Egert of the Hamburg Ministry of Economy, Transportand Innovation. Dr. Egert read more...
International Bulk Journal
International Bulk Journal - The magazine for the maritime dry bulk industry. Dry bulk shipping, commodities, port, logistics and equipment issues are all reviewed in every issue of IBJ.
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Dutch ports boost their intermodal links
Efforts are now being made by the major Dutch ports to encourage greater use of rail and inland waterway services
A bit down, but certainly not out
Given the current economic climate in western Europe some of Belgium's major dry bulk ports have turned in decent enough figures
E-Crane: Big in Belgium
E-Crane customers remain loyal with several projects in Belgium
Grabs for sale or rent
Along with a wide range of grabs for sale globally, Louisiana USA-based Anvil Attachments has reported an increase in interest in the company's units for rent
Dust control foremost in Riga
Telestack has supplied a mobile shiploading system for Riga Fertiliser Terminal
Minnesota-based Superior Industries enhances its ground-breaking reputation as it debuts a new mobile shiploader to significantly reduce vessel load time
Lord of the rings
New sizes of dust suppression rings introduced by DustBoss are increasing options for bulk handlers
German ports remain optimistic
The slight growth in Hamburg's seaborne cargo handling in the first quarter is mirrored at many of the country's other major ports
Towards seven million tons in Rouen
The Port of Rouen is a seaport, river port, inland port, and partner of the HAROPA entity, occupying a strategic position within the French port system, is heading towards seven million tons of grain exports
Siwertell keeps the coal flowing
New Vietnamese steel plant is the first to benefit from separate unloading systems for coal and iron ore, resulting in considerable cost savings
Self-unloading leads to huge savings
Many bulk cargoes, such as aggregates, copper slag and bulk gypsum can be loaded onto belt self-unloading vessels. This method provides a fast, efficient and environmentally responsible method of discharging cargo either directly onto the dock or onto a barge alongside the vessel
A reputation for reliability is earning Cargotec's Siwertell new road-mobile unloader orders from Turkish cement handlers
The CEO of Univan Ship Management looks back at the first 40 years of the company's history and forward to the future